Why Crying is Good for You

Suppressing your emotions is bad for your health

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My cousin Jacki was concerned about me. My 15-year-old sister had been in a terrible accident and passed away. It had been a week since it happened, and I still hadn’t shed one tear. Everyone around me walked around with tissues, except for me. My eyes were completely dry.

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My personal journey of writing. Applying creativity to inspire positive changes.

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L.A. Strucke

L.A. Strucke

Writer, Songwriter. Published in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Highlights for Children and Guideposts. Editor of The Creative Project.

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